array of issues that people vote on. i think if you want a classic case study in the fact that people don't necessarily, you know, vote the way that you might necessarily expect just based on looking at demographics, you know, let's look at who supported hillary clinton versus who supported barack obama last year. you didn't have every woman in this country supporting hillary clinton, and, you know, barack obama failing to attract the support of women. >> but you had most african-americans supporting him, so i guess you could split that argument 50/50. >> that's true, that's true, but i think you're looking at a very large group of voters here, and, you know, they do not vote in a monolithic fashion, and there are a lot of issues that people take into consideration when they go to the polls. i think hispanic voters, like most voters in this country, when it comes to 2010 or 2012 i think are going to be looking at the economy. there's a large degree of concern amongst voters as a whole with regard to the deficit, with regard to the president's handling of the economy, and i think that's what you will see with hispanic voters just as with the rest of the voting population.